Cubs leave Kyle Schwarber’s HR ball on top of Wrigley Field scoreboard (Photo)

Chicago Cubs left fielder Kyle Schwarber hit a monster home run that landed on top of the Wrigley Field scoreboard in the seventh inning of Game 4 of the NLDS. Schwarber's moonshot excited the crowd and helped the Cubs win the series with a 6-4 victory.

In order not to mess with their winning ways, the Cubs have decided to leave Schwarber's home run ball on top of the scoreboard for the remainder of the playoffs.

According to the Chicago Tribune, a Cubs employee retrieved the ball Wednesday morning to verify the ball and have it officially authenticated by MLB today. It has been returned to the top of the scoreboard, and the Cubs will put the ball in a plexiglass case to protect it from the elements.

Now what are the odds of the home run landing on top of the Wrigley Field scoreboard? Could this be a sign?

H/T Sportress.
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